Patch 2.1.9

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Patch 2.1.9
StarCraft II
“Heart of the Swarm”
Release date (US)

March 24, 2015;
4 years ago
 (2015-03-24)

Version

2.1.9

Build

34644

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StarCraft II patch 2.1.9 is the ninth minor patch since patch 2.1.0.

General[edit | edit source]

  • Warcraft III Assets
    • We’ve introduced over three thousand new assets from the Warcraft III Reign of Chaos and The Frozen Throne.
    • To gain access to these assets, launch the StarCraft II Editor and add the following dependency:
      • Warcraft III (Data Mod)
        • File > Dependencies
        • Click ‘Add Other’
        • Select the ‘Battle.net’ tab
        • Click ‘Log In’ and enter your Battle.net account information
        • Double click on Warcraft III (Data Mod)
  • Arcade and Custom Game Lobby Changes
    • Hosts will be able to remove players who have a pending invite.
    • If a player fails to accept an invite, additional invites from that player will be delayed.
    • The duration of a pending invite has been dramatically reduced.
  • WCS Observer Interface
    • We’ve made several improvements to the WCS Observer Interface
      • Minerals, Gas, army count, and worker count can now be displayed simultaneously.
      • Unit wireframes are now displayed for single or group selection.
      • Information is displayed more consistently, making it easier for tournament organizers to display auxiliary information.
      • Hot keys have been improved and simplified.

Bug Fixes[edit | edit source]

  • Fixed an issue that could allow a player to join a private lobby when they were not friends with the host.
  • Certain hotkeys in the Wings of Liberty campaign can now be remapped.
  • Presence information displayed in the Friends List should now display the correct information.
  • Fixed an issue where certain Nvidia drivers were causing certain textures to appear pink.
  • Typical use of the middle mouse button should no longer cause the cursor to snap to the center of the screen.